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Explore the historic town of Jedburgh’s connections with Mary Queen of Scots at this fascinating visitor centre.
Queen Mary stayed in Jedburgh in 1566 on an official tour, and it was whilst she was here she visited her secret lover in Hermitage Castle.
The Borders Distillery® opened in March 2018 – the first Scotch Whisky distillery in the Scottish Borders since 1837. Dedicated to capturing the true spirit of the Borders, and bringing whisky-making back to the region. “Our hometown, Hawick, has a famous history of manufacturing, where cashmere is king and where tweed was invented. There is a spirit of industry and enterprise in the town that inspires us in everything we do. The distillery is in a landmark building in the centre of town, making us both familiar and new. Occupying the site of the former Hawick Urban Electrical Company, we undertook a complete and careful renovation of the building, turning it into a fully functioning distillery. With an attention to detail and acknowledgement of the building’s history, every tiny detail has been covered. From the restoration of the original 1930 crane, to the lead welded windows, we are immensely proud of every bit of the renovation. Visit us, and see it for yourself”.
Jedburgh Jail looks like a grand castle, but inside it’s a different story! The museum is a 4 star visitor attraction and gives visitors a taste of what life was like in a 1820s prison. You can walk through the original cell blocks, see some of inmates and their conditions and follow their stories. Find out why some people thought it was the most comfortable jail in Scotland. The building has also gained a reputation for ghostly sightings!
Visit the new Jim Clark Motorsport Museum and discover the incredible story of Jim Clark’s life and racing career with an exciting interactive museum experience. Jim Clark is widely regarded as one of the greatest racing drivers of all time, admired for his remarkable achievements and famous for his humility. He dominated world motor racing like no one before or since in all genres of motorsport, winning the Formula 1 World Championship in 1963 & 1965 and Indianapolis 500.
The Laidlaw Memorial Pool first opened in 1923 and was refurbished in 1974. Jedburgh Leisure Facilities Trust, a limited company with registered charitable status, was established in 2003 to run the pool as a community resource for health, fitness and fun. The pool is supported by an active group of volunteers, the Friends of Jedburgh Pool.
There is something for everyone – great facilities, a range of classes and exciting activities for kids.
Qualified members of staff are on duty at all times.
Glassmakers: traditional and abstract glassmaking. Bowls, vases, paperweights,commissions.
Small local business giving demonstrations of glass blowing + excellent shop with vases,paper weights and other fine souvenirs. Owners happy to chat and show the process but small groups best as then you can see the whole “show” – good value objects on sale.
To minimise the risk of spreading the virus, you must stay at home as much as possible. By law, in a level 4 area, you can only leave your home (or garden) for an essential purpose.
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We Can Confirm that Scottish Borders remains in Protection Level Four
Due to the Scottish Governments restrictions, we can confirm that the Holiday park is closed to all Holiday Home Owners, Guests and Visitors, We regret to inform that the Tavern Bar & Golf Course will remain closed during this period also.
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